Ray Donovan (2013– )
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One Night in Yerevan 

Mickey faces the consequences of giving in to Muncie while Bridget ends up getting into a fight at school, causing Abby to question her behaviour.

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Abby Donovan
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Terry Donovan
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Bunchy Donovan (credit only)
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Avi
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Lena
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Daryll
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Mickey Donovan
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Hasmig
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Mrs. Minassian
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Mickey faces the consequences of giving in to Muncie while Bridget ends up getting into a fight at school, causing Abby to question her behaviour.

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Crime | Drama

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13 September 2015 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Lena had a slight hair colour change. Her hair is usually really really black. In this episode her hair is brownish black. See more »

Goofs

At the 28:36 mark Abby puts a bottle of the prescription drug oxycodone that she found in Bridget's room. The bottle has a strength of 50mg printed on the label but there is no such strength made by any oxycodone manufacturer. It also states to take every 4-6 hours on the label but a strength of 50 mg or over would be an extended release medication called Oxycontin which has 40 mg and an 80 mg strength and is taken every 12 hours. If anyone not on strong opioids for a long period were to take this strength every 4-6 hours they would overdose on either the first pill or definitely the second if taken again within 6 hours. See more »

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Features Assassin's Creed (2007) See more »

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Good Morning Mr. Wolf
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Performed by Patrick Watson
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Denial or Ignorance?
10 January 2016 | by (New York) – See all my reviews

My guess is you are too young to want to know the truth on your own and growing up in Turkey you choose to swallow the propaganda about the Armenian genocide as a lie. I am also someone of Turkish descent and I can assure whoever reads this person's post that he does not speak for all Turkish people. The Armenian Genocide is in fact a dark stain in our nations history and denial like this person who posted here only serves to perpetuate the dangers of ignorance and lack of healing for both the Armenian and the Turkish people. I applaud Ray Donovan for including the Armenian Genocide in this segment, in contrast to portraying some Armenian people as criminals in the episode. Please forgive this young man's ignorance.


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